Should we have left the EU - Vote Below?

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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Blair Wants more referendums to keep us in the EU

Blair Wants more referendums to keep us in the EU

By Rob Reid

The Fourth Reich is here and it seems to be a global one, which many people claim actually happened.

Have you seen the Man in the High Castle. You don't need to we have NAZI's running the biggest country in the world, putting business men into positions of power so they can gain more, and a "whats the point of nukes if you don't use them" US President.

If that was a quote to say we may as well scrap them to save money then good, no country needs thousands of nukes and ICBMS.

So we either have a new NAZI party or remnants of the old one remained and many believed they won the war....!

Yep that's right FBI Director J Edgar Hoover kept a file on all things NAZI until his death including sightings of Hitler in Africa, South America and even Washington DC.

Whilst it is true we divided the top NAZI scientists up to help with our own rocket systems such as Wernher von Braun, who developed the v1 and v2 doodlebugs that were dropped over London during the war, who was sent to the US to play a prominent part in NASA under Operation Paperclip.

It is not known if Hitler had a baby and that they intermingled with the Bushes to create a President killing, CIA drug running arms smuggling outfit that has finally taken over the White House with a millionaire looking out for other millionaires, until signing statements become the only way of making law in the US. More and more have been signed since George W Bush to Obama and now Trump.

Some of the more outlandish rumours claim.

  • Many NAZI's escaped through the anti-Jewish Catholic rat runs out of Europe and down to South America. German U-Boats would turn up in their ports. 
  • Reports of Hitler turned up with his wife and kid to go off and live in the Mountains. 
  • A secret under water base the NAZIs had built to go and live at the end of the war which they escaped, mapped and met UFO's who helped them destroy Admiral Byrds fleet in Antarctica.
  • His big fleet called Operation High Jump had to return within many months earlier than plan and this is what top Admiral Byrd said.
Admiral Richard E. Byrd warned today that the United States should adopt measures of protection against the possibility of an invasion of the country by hostile planes coming from the polar regions. The admiral explained that he was not trying to scare anyone, but the cruel reality is that in case of a new war, the United States could be attacked by planes flying over one or both poles. This statement was made as part of a recapitulation of his own polar experience, in an exclusive interview with International News Service. Talking about the recently completed expedition, Byrd said that the most important result of his observations and discoveries is the potential effect that they have in relation to the security of the United States. The fantastic speed with which the world is shrinking – recalled the admiral – is one of the most important lessons learned during his recent Antarctic exploration. I have to warn my compatriots that the time has ended when we were able to take refuge in our isolation and rely on the certainty that the distances, the oceans, and the poles were a guarantee of safety

Anyway at least the UK is trying to fight back by getting out of the EU (if we are allowed).

Leftists like Tony Blair have even emerged from the potting shed to give us his opinion on the EU and BREXIT. He wants us to have even more to re-join or not even leave the EU.

So what do you think? Do you agree with Blair or not.

He also wants another BREXIT referendum so as people find out about the terms of the BREXIT they get to vote to decide whether they need another referendum. This would allow people to do the old EU trick of making BREXIT so undesirable by having referendum and referendum until the right answer is given.

Or should he just go back to his shed and stay there.

Personally I think Tony Blair should just go back to his potting shed.

You gave us 4 wars, 1 illegal in Iraq, 1 pointless in Afghanistan and some see you as a war criminal. Others see you as George Bushes poodle and spokesman to give the Iraq war gravitas.

Whatever people see him as I wish he would Fxxk off.

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Tony Blair Speech On BREXIT

Tony Blair probably the most hated man in Britain after the Iraq war, the Chilcot Inquiry, Getting thrown out of a book signing event due to protests and of course his complicity in the redacted 28/29 9.11 Commission Report. Is back on the scene.

A report that's whole purpose was designed to get a war with Iraq going so that the Saudi's become the biggest oil, weapons and terrorist producers in the area.

The problem was there was no evidence so Tony Blair faked his dossier on the threat to British troops in Cyprus saying they could be hit within 45 minutes.

He also went along with the lies of the Bush administration who wanted to clear the area of Shi'ites and make a peaceful area for Israel to live and possibly expand into.

The Saudis are already working with Israel in Syria being blown up by Russian missiles. Or helping in the Yemen conflict. Oh and of course we are making billions selling planes, arms and armaments to this despotic regime that should be put on the Anti Human League Commission at the UN.

This is one thing I noticed about Putin this year. The Americans have a press conference every day where they tell Russia off, or threaten sanctions or some other threat. Putin just does it.

Like the intercepted Axis of Wars message to their ISIS buddie to start an attack on Syrian and Russian troops in Aleppo last month. Russia just sent some cruise missiles into this intel unit and killed the US, UK, Israeli, Saudi, Turkish and Qatari intel operators in there.

You could tell America was angry. They put Russia on notice in their next day's press conference and threatened sanctions which won't pass anyway.

This is Tony Blair telling us we were too stupid to understand the factors involved in leaving the EU and that it was too complex for us serfs to agree to out Lords decisions.

Tony Blair wants another EU referendum against the "catastrophe" of BREXIT.


The blurb underneath the video said:

Tony Blair calls for people to 'rise up' against BREXIT- BBC News. As if we the people, the majority of the countries votes, went to something we didn't understand. It wasn't all about migrants but left wing voters had good reasons to vote against the EU anyway.

Here is a very good video by increasingly popular anti austerity driver Mark Blythe at Browns University. We have some good talks on here from him, short to long, however I suggest checking them out first before you start calling all BREXIT voters immigrants. You can view a short one here.

Here he explains capitalism's possible collapse with in clear language how globalization and capitalism are failing people throughout the world and why that means more BREXIT's and Donald Trumps are on the way. 

This is a talk Mark Blythe gave on the Jimmy Dore show.

Then there is the usual abuse you get from the Murdoch Right Wing media and their offshoots. Katy the Evil one Hopkins on her radio show the other day gave Blair a good bashing in just like she did when Barrack Obama wanted us to stay in the EU.

These globalists just don't seem to understand that most young people (the majority and rising), don't read the Daily Mail or listen to Radio 4. They get their news from Twitter and Facebook links and afar from it being "fake news" there can be found some "real news" that is never shown on our TV stations.

Listen to her rant at Tony Blair here. 

Katie is one of those Marmite figures either you love her for speaking her mind over Migrants, Muslims, Drunkenness and the rest of British problems or you hate her for her crass attitude over people who have just died.

"Oh more sympathy for the refugees" she would say if washed up dead bodies came to the shore of Greece.

What do you think of her rant, agree or disagree and should she get Donald Trump on her show when he's here?

Use the relevant poll (top / bottom) of the page in the link below if you don't want to comment.

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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

President Trump now says that the US is not committed to the two-state Israel-Palestine solution

President Trump now says that the US is not committed to the two-state Israel-Palestine solution

Trunp meets Bibi
Speaking at press conference with Benjamin Netanyahu, US president says he is looking at multiple options for peace

In an apparent break with two decades of US commitment to closely shepherding the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, Donald Trump has said he was unconcerned whether an eventual deal involved the creation of a Palestinian state or a single state.

“So I’m looking at two states and one state,” Trump said at a joint press conference with the visiting Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. “And I like the one that both parties like. I’m very happy with the one that both parties like.”

Trump’s remarks appeared to dismantle one of the key pillars of the US-led peace efforts since before the signing of the Oslo accords, which envisioned the creation of a Palestinian state alongside the Jewish one.

“The United States will encourage peace and really a great peace deal,” the US president said. “We will be working on it very, very diligently. But it is the parties themselves who must directly negotiate such an agreement.”

“To be honest, if Bibi [Netanyahu] and the Palestinians, if Israel and the Palestinians are happy - I’m happy with the one they like the best.”

The comments appeared to suggest that while the US would assist in any negotiations, it would not lead them as it has done previously, leaving the core talks – moribund since 2014 – to the two sides.

Trump was confirming remarks made late on Tuesday by a White House official who said the US was looking at multiple options for a peace deal. Those remarks prompted an angry response from the Palestinians, who were caught by surprise.

Calling on the wider international community to “stand shoulder to shoulder” with Palestinians to protect the two-state solution, Saeb Erekat, senior Palestinian negotiator, warned that undermining the long-standing strategy was no joke.

“We want to tell those who want to bury and destroy the two-state solution that the real alternative to a Palestinian state living alongside an Israeli one on the 1967 lines is a democratic, secular state where Jews, Christians and Muslims can live together,” he said. “I believe undermining the two-state solution is not a joke and that would be a disaster and tragedy for Israelis and Palestinians.”

Asked about settlement building at the press conference, Trump addressed Netanyahu and said: “I would like to see you hold back for a little bit.”

The Israeli government has said it plans to build approximately 6,000 Jewish settlement housing units in the West Bank, signalling a surge in planned construction since Trump was sworn in as president in January.

Trump also addressed questions about moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. “As far as the embassy moving to Jerusalem, I’d love to see that happen,” he said.

“And we’re looking at it very, very strongly. We’re looking at it with a great care, a great care, believe me. And we’ll see what happens.”

Monday, 13 February 2017

POTUS Donald Trump reacts to first major crisis with North Korea

POTUS Donald Trump reacts to first major crisis with North Korea

BBC News

North Korea Missile Test

North Korea has confirmed that it "successfully" fired a ballistic missile on Sunday in a test supervised by leader Kim Jong-un.

The device was described as a "surface-to-surface medium-to-long-range ballistic missile", the Korean state news agency KCNA reported.

South Korea's defence ministry called it an armed provocation to test the response of US President Donald Trump.

North Korea's latest ballistic missile test has been widely condemned. KCNA reported that the test of the Pukguksong-2 missile, a new type of strategic weapon said to be capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, was overseen by leader Kim Jong-un.

It added that the missile was fired at a high angle in consideration of neighbouring countries.

The rocket used a solid-fuel engine, the report said, which gives ballistic rockets greater power and range.

The report also said that Kim Jong-un "expressed great satisfaction" over the test launch, which it said "adds to the tremendous might of the country".

South Korea and US officials said the missile flew east towards the Sea of Japan for about 500km (300 miles).

The missile reached an altitude of about 550km (350 miles), the South Korean military said.

Experts suggest the tests are programmed for shorter distances to avoid a missile landing on Japan.

This was the latest in a series of tests in the past year, including North Korea's fifth of a nuclear device.

The launch took place at 07:55 local time (22:55 GMT Saturday) from the Panghyon air base in North Pyongan province on the west side of the Korean peninsula.

United Nations resolutions forbid North Korea from carrying out ballistic missile tests - part of wider efforts to prevent it becoming a fully nuclear-armed power.

South Korea's foreign ministry said that "North Korea's repeated provocations show the Kim Jong-un regime's nature of irrationality, maniacally obsessed in its nuclear and missile development".


NATO also condemned the missile test, with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg urging North Korea "not to raise tensions further and to re-engage in a credible and meaningful dialogue with the international community".

The European Union joined the criticism, declaring in a statement that North Korea's "repeated disregard of its international obligations is provocative and unacceptable".

China, North Korea's closest ally, has yet to comment. Beijing has joined in international efforts to press Kim Jong-un to rein in his nuclear ambitions.

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, standing next to Mr Trump on a visit to the United States, said the test was "absolutely intolerable". As for the US, Mr Trump said on Saturday: "America stands behind Japan, its great ally, 100%."

China, North Korea's closest ally, has yet to comment. Beijing has joined in international efforts to press Kim Jong-un to rein in his nuclear ambitions.

In January, Kim Jong-un warned that his military was close to testing long-range missiles capable of delivering nuclear warheads to the United States mainland, but experts doubt the technology has progressed that far.

At the time, Mr Trump derided the claim in a tweet, saying: "It won't happen."

On a visit to South Korea last week, US Defence Secretary James Mattis said that any use of nuclear weapons by North Korea would be met with an "effective and overwhelming" response.

He also reconfirmed plans to deploy a US missile defence system in South Korea later this year.

Read the original article here BBC News

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Donald Trump and post BREXIT relations with the UK

Donald Trump and post BREXIT relations with the UK

Donald Trump tells Theresa May BREXIT will be 'fantastic' for UK

Last week after Theresa May became the first foreign national leader to head to Washington to congratulate Donald Trump on becoming POTUS after Barack Obama, there was a press conference where Trump had some positive things to say about BREXIT.

Donald Trump has claimed BREXIT will be a "fantastic thing" for the UK.

The President was speaking at a joint news conference with BREXIT  after she became the first foreign leader to visit the White House since his inauguration.

"I think BREXIT is going to be a wonderful thing for your country," he said.

"When it irons out you are going to have your own identity and you are going to have the people that you want in your country and you are going to be able to make free trade deals without having somebody watching you and what you are doing.

"I think it will end up being a fantastic thing for the United Kingdom. I think in the end it will be a tremendous asset, not a tremendous liability."

Here is an earlier interview where Donald speaks about his love for the BREXIT campaign.

Donald Trump on UK Brexit and the special relationship between Britain and America.

Here, with amazing foresight, Donald predicts that the UK will vote to leave the EU in the BREXIT referendum. He also talks about the fizzled out protest against him entering the country for his decision to ban Muslims from certain countries entering the USA until they can protect themselves.

He then goes on to speak about our "Special Relationship" and how he thinks it will be an even better relationship that previously.

What do you think? Will BREXIT be fantastic for the UK, and is the new US Presidents initial signs of getting an early trade deal with the UK and having the UK Prime Minister as his first formal meeting mean a new kind of special relationship?

If you are British please take the vote in the header about leaving the EU through BREXIT and if you are American please take the poll in the bottom about Donald Trump.

Or take both if you wish.